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Issue: October 2016
Brexit Revolt – The insider account of the EU referendum
Isolation Is Never Splendid
"We are all living with the consequences of the great American abdication of the last decade."
Music appreciation should be a part of every schoolchild's life, and the BBC Proms play a vital part in lifelong musical education
Excited About Boredom
We go to great lengths to avoid boredom — are we missing out?
Debating in schools has been monopolised by the elite but the charity Debate Mate is closing the gap with free after-school debating clubs
Squash is a diverse sport with global appeal, but hopes for its inclusion in the next Olympics have been dashed
"One of the principles of public service is that it does not just consist of a race to the top with the resignation of those who lose"
The Outsider's Diary
Excuses For Eating
"Must the garage have a Nespresso bar? Must the library and the swimming pool do shawarma and chips?"
"What does Brexit mean? Two main options are emerging: the single market option and the free trade option"
The Day Boris Became PM
"There was a gasp as Theresa May announced she was giving Boris her backing and loyalty"
An autumn note
“For many, the end of this uneasy year cannot come quickly enough”
An ordinary killing
Ian Cobain’s book uses the killing of Millar McAllister to paint a meticulous portrait of the Troubles
John Mullan elucidates the genius of Charles Dickens